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Cornell Canine Health Center

A network of Cornell scientists and clinicians working to improve the health of dogs

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Announcing the new Cornell Canine Health Center, a network of Cornell scientists and clinicians working to improve the lives of dogs. Our programs are supported by the generous partnership of our donors: dog lovers like you!

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What is the Cornell Canine Health Center (CCHC)?

There are an estimated 70 million dogs living in the United States today and millions more in countries all over the globe. To help meet the health needs of these millions of furry family members, Cornell University is proud to introduce the Cornell Canine Health Center (CCHC), a network of faculty and staff within the College of Veterinary Medicine conducting studies and delivering information to owners and veterinarians in order to improve the health of dogs.

With the expertise of scientists and clinicians at one of the top-ranked veterinary schools in the country, the CCHC strives to become a resource for owners and veterinarians seeking up-to-date canine health and behavior information.

 

Coming soon: Our new website!

We’re working on a new website full of articles on dog health and behavior, interactive features to teach you more about man’s best friend, and videos featuring Cornell veterinarians demonstrating and explaining dog care procedures.

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